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and that's cisco. i'd rather have this company than almost any other tech firm, including texas instruments, cisco is the back bone of. internet and teleco industry. when cisco hits a new high, it means businesses all over the world are redoing their infrastructure. it's a seen that information technology spending at the enterprise is now flowing big and nothing could be more bull, for all of tech, a much deserving admiral indeed. cisco, it's no longer crisco. the cisco kid is once given a friend of mine. lots of people are still skeptical of this market. you ever hear those people? me? this leadership tells me this market can withstand that 5% decline everyone is waiting for and bounce back with a vengeance. you don't need to sell. there will be battles lost and retreats to lick our wounds on the way to triumph in the war against the bears. the bottom line -- it's look grant, ridgeway, perjing, ike and we should follow them into the heat of battle knowing they represent the best of what america has to offer. i'd like to go to elizabeth in florida. >> gary: i'm calling about aeae aeroenviro
the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> vice president joe biden teams up with new york mayor michael bloomberg to push for new gun control laws. they held a news conference a couple hours ago along with some parents of children killed in the newtown school massacre. the vice president talked about the connecticut shootings in making the case for tougher gun laws. >> this is not a constitutional notice, when the ban was in place last year there was no constitutional challenge that went anywhere in existence to the ban. let's get this straight, this is not about anybody's constitutional right to own a weapon. for all those who say we shouldn't and can't ban assault weapons, for all those who say the politics is too hard, how can they say that? when you take a look at those 20 beautiful babies and what happened to them. >> the fierce debate over gun rights and gun control is playing out across the country. and in some very unexpected ways. a new jersey man says social workers and police showed up at his house after he posted this picture on
by yorele cal. i was on the call last night. the cisco downgrade today. this dichotomy is allowing i think bernanke to not have to taper off. at the same time it calls into question how weak is that international market. seems very weak. >> did we get largely what we wanted from the fed yesterday? there were no big surprises within that. >> no. i think that was the point to not have any big surprises. i think there was a poignant moment yesterday that i think wasn't talked about enough where someone asked imputedly, i felt, because ben bernanke deserves better -- do you know anybody that's unemployed? do you note price of a gallon of milk? he came back, yes, i have a relative on unemployment. he's going to get unemployment down then we'll talk about tapering. until then we are playing a parlor game with the fed. i believe bernanke when he says these things. >> there's no reason to believe the fed is going to start pulling back any time soon. >> no. >> we need to see sustained improvement in the employment picture. then the tapering, who knows what that could be. it is not just turning the
design. >> reporter: he's got an engineering degree from m.i.t. and is a high-level executive at cisco. >> i'm the cto of video and collaboration. >> reporter: he knows what it takes to keep computer networks up and running, especially when they're being overtaken by data-hungry devices streaming ncaa basketball. >> it's almost like a traffic jam. you have wide open lanes and if you've got a lot of people streaming, you've got a lot of cars in the leap and it's going to slow everything down. >> it's like when the game gets out of a stadium, there's going to be a traffic jam, because there's a lot more cars than the roads were designed to handle. >> reporter: cisco has its own basketball court and it seemed like an appropriate place to talk march madness. or as kip calls it, march network madness. according to a recent survey, more than a third of all companies will take action to prepare for it. some will even ban streaming video. explain what is march network madness? >> it's when work is disrupted, not so much because people are distracted by the games, which happens regardless of ho
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for utilities over technology? that's what's happening right now. >> the cisco kid used to be a friend of everyone. it's 11 times earnings, for heaven's sake. cisco has to break out. okay? it has to break out. >> cisco kid was war. wasn't it? >> yes. what was war good for? absolutely nothing -- boom! guy comes to play. >> say it again. >> we could have had that cue. you just got to give us some warning. >> some people call me maurice. >> what do you make of all the q1 gdp raises we got in mesereau, credit suisse, deutsche is at 3 for q1. >> they wait for retail sales to come out, then they erase. well, thanks for nothing. why don't you do a little ground-up and realize the sales were -- it's so funny. when i come out, i said something positive about macy's the other guy. i said how about target? it's all jcpenney. walmart. jcpenney. jcpenney must have had $400 billion in sales and lost it to everybody. i had a guy on last night from spirit air. he was talking about them being the dollar general or the dollar tree. >> of airlines? >> i thought talk about other companies that have clearl
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back to 18. these are what i'm looking -- yes, we need to see cisco. not just trade at 20. >> apple is going higher today. >> the word for apple's performance over the last six months we would have hit this number a long time ago. we would be talking about the s&p at record highs. >> yeah. apple is just -- they had a chance to buy back all the stock they wanted, and they just didn't seem to be inclined. i was looking at travelers the other day, they bought back about half their stock. i think fishman is a conservative manager. what do you do with cash when you have a lot? you return some of it to shareholders. when a guy like fishman can do it, why can't a guy like cook do it. >> tim cook is willing to sit on a pile of cash than buy shares at new 52-week lows. you're saying, tim cook is not buying his own shares, why should i buy his shares. >> looks like we've got something working here. >> all-time high. >> okay. anyway, so tim cook, if he doesn't -- if he isn't standing there buying it hand over fist like travelers did, then why should i -- >> why should anybody. why should anybo
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this locked up. mark my words. it's coming. >> greg: before we break, venezuelan owned oil refiner cisco flew the flag outside of houston offices at half staff on wednesday. out of respect for hugo chavez. that gives me gas. sorry, andrea. lawmakers confront eric holder over killing americans on u.s. soil. can the administration legally do that? his answer next. on "the five." ♪ ♪ >> andrea: you are looking live at the floor in washington, d.c. where rand paul is holding up the nomination for john brennan to be next director of the c.i.a. he is demanding answers from president obama on the drone program. here is the senator earlier today explaining the filibuster. >> i arrived today to begin to filibuster john brennan's nomination for the c.i.a. i will speak until i can no longer speak. it will speak as long as it takes until the alarm is sounded from coast to coast. the constitution is important. no american should be killed by a drone on american soil without first being charged with a crime, without first being bound to be guilty by a court. >> also earlier, attorney general eric holde
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up. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. [ticking] >> on september 15, 2008, lehman brothers, the fourth-largest investment bank in the world declared bankruptcy. it was the biggest bankruptcy in history, one that sparked chaos in the financial markets and nearly brought down the global economy. the federal bankruptcy court appointed anton valukas, a prominent chicago lawyer and former united states attorney, to conduct an investigation to determine what happened. in march 2010, the valukas report found there was enough evidence to bring a case against senior lehman officials and one of the nation's top accounting firms for misleading government regulators and investors, yet there have been no prosecutions. in april 2012, valukas sat down with steve kroft to talk about his report for the first time. >> this is the largest bankruptcy in the world. what were the effects? >> the effects were the financial disaster that we are living our way through right now. >> and who got hurt? >> everybody got hurt. the entire economy has suffered fr
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away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> one of those stories you have to see it to believe it. we've all lost something from time to time, the worst is when you're traveling, right? one woman lost her camera while diving in hawaii. guess what, pictures wound up on the internet six years later. >> i don't know why this happened, but it's pretty amazing. >> reporter: lindsey lives what most would consider a normal life, but now -- you're like a worldwide celebrity now. >> yeah, went from normal boring to now you're in my living room. >> reporter: she's famous because of the cannon camera she lost six years ago while scuba diving in hawaii. >> took a lot of pictures, night dive, the night dive was when i lost my camera. >> reporter: lindsey was hurt. >> i was pretty upset about it, but, you know, what are you going to do? >> reporter: she chalked it up to life and went on with hers, forgetting about the camera until 24 hours ago. >> i get this random message on facebook from a guy i went to high school with. h
and yesterday they had a piece saying that cisco is taking share. so i would like to present both the positive which is cisco doing well, but you have to present both. that's our job. the job to present both. maybe spain. where was santander, and why wasn't santander down 20%? >> the one note, quickly on apple is that around noon yesterday is important and it broke its trend which had been in place since the highs in september. it broke the downtrend on very heavy volume some technicians could actually signal that it's no longer in an uptrend and it's a march toward the positive here and that's just worth noting in terms of the trading action because we did see a nice gain in apple shares and up 2.7% by the end of the day and we're seeing apple shares build on the gains pre-market and it's an interesting momentum stock and maybe the momentum is turning and certainly worth watching here. >> i think you need to see growth and the dividend is great and i want to see growth and i want to see surprising growth and i want to see quarters made. >> would you rather to see apple add to its quarterly di
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and the suggest thinking was that cisco was taking market share and it is down .8% right now. >> goldman on this anti-juniper pro-cisco bandwagon and doesn't show signs of letting up. >> a blackberry. blackberry is up 6 1/3%. >> how do you like that? >> blackberry, bed bath and best buy. >> the three bs. >> brahms, beethoven and bach. >> not bad equals the new good. >> i knew someone would have to mention it. >> i try not to. >> will you stay focused? >> geez. >> wow! apple. >> okay. apple. i hope they return capital and wish they had more growth. general mills. how about this one? some people say the top line wasn't so great. ken palo tonight and that is a dividend aristocrat. it's a dividend monster. we might have to do a bull/bear. >> look at what the stock's done, right? 21% over the past year? >> how can you not love a cereal company that you can sleep at night with, of course, they have many other brands that keeps raising the dividend. this is the market at large. the united states bank of general mills is unbelievable, right? no medicare problems. >> we'll have a debate and then
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's biggest companies, like apple, cisco, nike, to name a few, signed a legal brief thursday in support of obama's argument. so joining me now to talk about this, brian mollton, the chief legislative council at the human rights campaign, and thomas peters from the national organization for marriage. let's start, guys, with the president. are there legal -- or should i say, political or legal ramifications for a sitting president to be writing a friends of the court brief to the supreme court on this issue? you first, brian. >> absolutely. the court, obviously, is going to take the government's position and it really is now the u.s. government's position, that proposition 8 is unconstitutional, into account, when it's looking at this case. and the solicitor general is going to be able to be there and speak to the justices about that position as well. so i think it will have a big impact for the court. >> thomas, what do you think? >> well, i think, obviously, when the president says something, the supreme court listens. but i think what he's managed to do is he's politicized the issue. a
, hewlett-packard, american express, cisco, bank of america are some of the top performers in percentage terms but about 28 of 30 names are in the green this year and hewlett-packard being the best of the bunch. back to you. ashley: nicole petallides in green as well. thank you so much, nicole. appreciate it. tracy: so what is the dow's new record mean for your portfolio? our next guest says diversification is key. he says for the long term a multiasset class strategy will pay off. michael cue gene mow -- cuggino, permanent portfolio manager manager joins us now. you don't believe this. based on gdp numbers, recession could very well be possible? >> what we're seeing right now is stock market outperformance, you know, because corporate earnings have been strong, companies have squeezed profits out of very little revenue growth. and dividend yields are supportable by those earnings and there is nowhere else to go really for return at the moment. so investors have been going towards stocks, for the better part of last four years. and you know with a couple of blips in between. and you know
of our regular market as for their stock picks. the names include cisco, emc and sematech. source fire. ted says he would avoid stocks like that one. a big update for the market. if you are worried about your security systems, nor money, the cyber threat, that continues next hour. dagen: nicole is looking at the dow's best. nicole: 14,286. we are just over ten points off the all-time record high. we continue to hold onto these gains. they have had multiple management changes. you have several names that are gaining double-digit percentage terms. jpmorgan, procter & gamble, home depot and disney all gained 13-point something percent. obviously, some stellar performers for the year 2013. dagen: thank you, nicole spee look look like a good time for apple. they are talking about a iwatch. reporter: it shook up the music and smart phone industry. that they are talking about shaking up the watch industry. the top designer at apple, the top design chief and a staff of 100 people have already filed 75 patents already and they are working on this wearable tech knowledge he that could have a who
-packard and cisco in there. intel pretty high up on the list but american express goes into the top spot. financials are top gainers. overall big picture, we are seeing a great market helped the economic news we have gotten in and you can see a lot of winners here as well. melissa: thank you so much. when you have six kids, it is inevitable. i look at the jobs section this weekend strong numbers driving the dow even higher. ap says the private sector added 198,000 jobs last month, well above the estimate of 175,000. coming ahead of the report on jobless claims which is expected to show an increase of 355,000 in the latest week. friday the government bigmouth report expecting 160,000 jobs added last month, implement rate holding steady 7.9%. lori: the dow marching on. the correction just around the corner or is there more room to the upside? always great to see you. so, again, as we have been stating, the dow is building on the record close yesterday. what is your outlook? is the dow at the best levels for the year for 2013 or is there more room to run? >> i think there is more room to run, don't do
the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. >>> welcome back, paul ryan unveiling his budget proposal today, and earlier we heard from tom price. >> were in a spending-driven debt crisis, it's time to get washington spending under control, and we're going to present a budget today that will balance, within a ten-year period of time, that's something to celebrate. >> ginning us now is chris van hollen. congressman, you look at this budget, is there much that you agree with in it? >> well, unfortunately not. that's because this budget is a totally uncompromising document. it's a retread of last year's budget. we litigated a lot of this in the last election, and this is looking in the rearview mir
, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. ♪ there'll be the usual presentations on research. and development. some new members of the team will be introduced. the chairman emeritus will distribute his usual wisdom. and you? well, you're the chief life officer. you just need the right professional to help you take charge. ♪ >>> i wanted to bring you exciting news about the squawk on the street colleagues gary cam insky. he'll be joining as vice chairman. gary has brought us key insight and interviews including this comment from jeff dunlop on apple. >> tell us what you think of that stock right now. >> i deeply believe that apple is headed to $425 a share not because i'm a bond guy or a stock guy, but because i'm a market guy. >> what a great call back in january. gary will join us in the 11:00 a.m. eastern hour with more on his new job. he'll be staying on as a cnbc contributor and we'll continue to see him here on "squawk on the street" although probably not as much as we would like. he'll be missed as a full-timer. >> the vast number of people that come on our air. >> i
, the salmon cisco's symphony is on strike. this will be on until further notice. our closest sister city, wages are 5% higher. the kind of money that they would need to invest to get a contract from the orchestra today should be readily available. we think that is the minimum requirement to maintain and improve this expansion of the orchestra and allow us to continue to a band's ourselves. >> we are of course deeply disappointed that the musicians have chosen to strike. we regret any inconvenience to our patrons and any of those holding tickets. >> said the management says it believes the rebels are fair, given the recent economic decline. they will make a decision about a week encounter some. at the musicians remain on strike, of four concert for the new york and washington d.c. next week will also have to be canceled. >> sunshine as is coming through, the traffic looks good. we will be right back. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness i
of the cisco argued that electric lights will invade the environment and will have at least three lawyers running things that say, you can be killed by electricity if somebody tries to put electricity in your house. call us and we will sue them for you. now, the whole of washington in both parties are prisoners of the past. they are trapped into the ideas, the technology, a mindset. they fight over how to redistribute on the right and redistribute by having bigger bureaucracy. but there are -- they are trapped in age of candles. the first african electric lights about 1800. on october 22, 1879, thomas edison's laboratory at the first successful electric light. ithis was 79 years of hard work. and it lasted 13 and a half hours. within a few months, edison had hit upon using carbonized bamboo. and the first practical light using carbonized bamboo lasted 1200 hours. here's what edison said. this is the spirit we launched, -- lost, which seemed determined to avoid thinking about, edison said, quote, we will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will burn candles. [applause] you know, i
to be thrown out of head start. there is no necessity to it. this is kuester -- everybody says the cisco -- the sequester was terrible. it was only done as a result of the republican blackmail on the debt ceiling. we increased the debt ceiling. people do not understand what that is. it is foreiling says money you have already spent. if you owe money, you cannot pay the bills. you have to pay the bills. otherwise the country defaults. the treasury people tell us that would be catastrophic. so you have to pay the bills. we have raised the debt ceiling 77 signs -- times since world war ii. there is political demagoguery from whatever clinical party was in go the minority. at the end, there was a vote for it. they say if you increase the debt ceiling coming up to cut spending by an incredible amount. over 10 years. white 10 years? arbitrary. -- why over 10 years? arbitrary. 2.4 congress voted for $ trillion in cuts. 2 trillion -- the sequester makes no sense at all. from our point of view, we do not have a that crisis or deficit crisis. we have a jobs crisis. we have reduced the deficit. the
, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> >>> it is the final trading day of the first quarter. >> banks reopening in cyprus with tight controls on transactions. michelle caruso-cabrera will will bring us live reports from the capital. >>> breaking economic data. jobless claims and the final read on the fourth quarter gdp hits the the tape at 8:30 a.m. eastern. the third hour of squawks box starts right now. >>> welcome back to "squawk box" on cnbc. our guest host this morning yahoo! senior finance mike santoli and barbara morrison. more in just a moment. first, though, andrew has this morning's headlines. >> back blackberry shares volatile. wall street analysts expecting a 29-cent per share loss. blackb lea least 3 million subscribers during the the quarter but say demand for the new z10 model helped results. programming note, don't miss blackberry ceo thorsten hein. and final read on fourth kwourgter gdp. >> let's take a look at the markets. you can see right now dow futures continue to go hang in there. up 18 points. s&p futures up over one point. this is the last trading da
about a cisco, david's interview with hewlett-packard. can you imagine if meg whitman begins to get it together? that stock has been a terrible dip. so i guess i'm saying that -- [ bell ringing ] >> there's the opening bell. council of foreign relations celebrating their anniversary. and at the nasdaq. a couple of names they've not gotten to yet. >> up by 9%. fourth quarter beat first quarter guidance. but it wasn't as bad as feared. also keep in mind that there's a huge shortage risk in the stock. 39% of shares outstanding or short. this 9% move is partially exacerbated by this cover. what a move on this stock. >> inventories are lean. >> yes. >> people wanted to see that. they're not long a lot of uggs. i still believe, and i will say it again, that eric weissman will one day look at the trend and say that i want it, in the same he wanted timberland. i know this company used to trade north of $100, gets uggs back together, because it was a couple of bad years, that that brand has some staying power. i really believe that. >> we mentioned at the open the weak pmis across europe. th
of these names, cisco, emc, hewlett, ibm, intel, microsoft, network appliance and oracle, all based on the he can expectation of increased business spending. >> part of the note also that he was making is that ibm, obviously big waiting in the s & p 500, big waiting just in technology indices across-the-board. xlk, for instance, also, if we do see incremental flows in and see fleece etfs and funds that track the dow specifically, because of these record highs, ibm will see a disproportionate benefit from those inflows, not only is it getting the s & p and nasdaq, xlks of the world but the dow diamond, let's say. that could help ibm. shares today basically flat. >> get to pisani in the middle of a crowd today. >> artisan partners, an asset management firm. haven't seep a lot of these going public recently. look investigate good right now price talk was 27 to 29. it priced at 30. right now, looking somewhere around $35. again this is going to settle down. we haven't got a final price yet. looking somewhere around $35. get you the final price there as soon as it opens here. so here is the big story.
. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> google unveiling the prototype of a smart shoe at south by southwest. the latest gadget can log your running time, give you advice and even encouragement for runners and that brings us to the question, what is the next article of clothing google will hack tweet us. it the air the responses throughout the morning. >> everyone needs encouragement while you're exercising. >> all of this wearable stuff that you download to the computer, a, i think it raises prior see issues. >> completely. >> data collection which is valuable for these companies. google, that's what they do, right? >> there's a report about a bar in seattle that will give you a rear kicking if you wear the google glasses on premises. so there will be pushback from the societal norm, right? >> i like the fitbit. i think fitbit is neat. see how many steps you took -- >> nike fuel band? >> i don't know -- i roll my sleeves up and i don't want people to think i have the nike fuel band and i don't want to advertise for nike, but the nike fuel
.s. company, cisco, set p where they were hiring young engineers because they were so well qualified, so talented, and there is a great hunger for those kinds of skills. imagine if you have a strong, independent state that is peaceful. all the talent that is currently being untapped that could create jobs, businesses, and prosperity throughout this area. i absolutely belief it is still possible. but i think it is very difficult. i think it is difficult because all sorts of political constraints on both sides. i think it is difficult, frankly, because sometimes we know what compromises have to be made in other words to achieve -- in order achieve peace it is hard to admit those compromises have to be made. because people want to cling on to their old positions and want to have 100% of what they want or 95% of what they want instead of making the necessary compromises. as a politician, i can say, it is hard for political leaders to et too far ahead of your constituencies. that is true for president netanyahu and it is probably true for president abbas as well. if we can get direct negotiat
to recent cisco report, mobile data traffic in the united states grew 62% last year and by 2017 there will be a 13 -- 13 fold increase worldwide. the mobile broadband industry directly or indirectly sports 3.8 million jobs contributing more than $185 billion to the gross domestic product and driving $33 billion in productivity improvements in 2011 alone. unfortunately a single point of failure under the government's control could jeopardize this great potential for job creation and innovation. that's access to wireless spectrum. mobilities driving innovationtry and spectrum fills wireless mobility. without the spectrum the private sector will not be able to keep pace with consumer demand. that's why we must make it a priority to increase the spectrum for commercial uses as quickly as possible and do so in collaboration with industry and government stakeholders. more broadly i believe we also must focus on establishing a 21st century legal and regulatory structure that serves the purpose of our 21st century economy. it's time for this committee to take a look at modernizing our n
bodies like swimming pools. the first is cisco highlight the fact you could see long distances. the air is clear, sky is blue. if the rocky mountains far away. you can walk for miles with relative ease and you don't have to struggle over logs in a pine forest is due at the oregon where it was last weekend and there are interesting plants. perhaps most important, you can see evidence of our collective past. i see now, a backwardness archaeology anthropology. it is not with making a name come, but i discovered long ago i was fascinated with the history of all types. history dinosaurs, history of nations and especially history of people. whether it be a projectile point drop 5000 years ago or you can can drop 100 years ago. so if you combine a love of water because their places on a fascination with human history, tinajas atlas is high in the list of places worth visiting in knowing about. let me turn to a few things we learned while we were working there. some of you know, one of the primary event that led to the writing of "last water on the devil's highway" was an archaeological survey
, merck, corning, boeing, goldman sachs, microsoft, caterpillar, cisco systems, dow chemicals, major, profitable corporations using tax havens to avoid paying in the united states of america. we have an amendment to deal with that issue, and i hope we can have bipartisan support for that amendment. mr. president, i want to talk about my second amendment, and now i speak as chairmen of the veterans' committee. this amendment, number 198, would establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect the benefits of disabled veterans and their survivors by not enacting the so-called chained c.p.i. i'm pleased that this amendment is being cosponsored by senators had a harkin and hirono. mr. president, the time has come for the senate to send a very loud and clear message to the american people. we will not balance the budget on the backs of disabled veterans who have lost their arms, their legs and their eyesight defending our country. we will not balance the budget on the backs of the men and women who have already sacrificed for us in iraq and afghanistan, nor on the widows who have lost t
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